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March 22, 2007

Mandate Schmandate

If the Democrat Party won a mandate back in November, why are they so divided on the issue of Iraq?

Democratic Party leaders are facing a caucus deeply divided on the issue and hold only a narrow majority in Congress. With their hands tied if just a few members stray, Democratic leaders are finding it tough to pass legislation that would require Bush to start bringing troops home.

If the Dems think that voters wanted to see more backbiting and less cooperation in Congress than ever, then they'd better think again. According to a Gallup poll taken just last week, the approval rating for Congress is at 28%, with 64% of respondents disapproving. President Bush had better ratings in the same week, although the media would rather you not find that out.

Stunts like Barbara Boxer's rudeness toward Republican committee members during televised hearings may amuse the folks over at CNN, but average Americans are getting tired of this kind of behavior.

It's time for the Dems to either put up or shut up...and please, start acting like grownups!

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Posted by Pam Meister at 01:14 PM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | Iraq
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they are so unethical...

we must turn out the vote in 2008.

anyone saying there is no difference in the Parties, should be reminded of today...

time to return Nancy to minority.

Posted by: hnav at March 23, 2007 09:04 PM


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